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Idy MAZORIA CO "NTY, TIXAS, FRIDAY, AUftUST 24, 1962 T H f BRAZOSPORT PACTS _ __. __ _ -_-_-Li:iI±Llll^lll! Mlforlol-A^.-BE »51 l-Qosslflcd-BE 3.26,1 PAGf s P . r £ F ?° tbci11 Leagues Set For Hefty WeekendProgTaTii Asuinelntwl P rM « Sport. Writer . n , c Brown , PC cd , " Wn Wl1 h '* OWn and may hnve veteran Frank Saturday night In the NFL, in Charlotte N C • and *^ Iheir conches like [o re^mbc"^ , flW ' lh .° nrow " s ' mw quarter!*™, the' rdm^ed Denvc^BroT.'™ Llav ° nfifn T' .il'l, 'LuT'S" «™ G !. a . nl ,' ! '°'! 4) P' 8 *" 10 ^ms St . Paul . D .^f " p,"'??'!' *°" ^l^!™!? 3 ' I"" 11 . fT,'" '° -!L K _J^?^™™ : _™«_C^sjia^^dj^jn^nklespraliK JACK Press Sport* San f f National Fool- for morn years than Iheir conches like to remember, lest each other's newly found strength thli weekend nn the National nnd American leagues have another hefty program of exhibition activity. The Browns, mieless since 3957, and •fflern, who hnve never won n tide, havo won Iheir two exhibition slarls. The 4!)er« scored a 30-24 victory over Minnesota, tl, m routed the Injury-riddled New York Giant* , Broncos j play, plan to start rookie Eddie T~^*.»..*._ ! itrn • t ., . , Cotton Davidson's job. The Brazos port Facts SPORTS More Sports On Page 7 Today Son Francisco Edges NY Mets 7-1 Los Angeles Lash Phillies 4 To 2 ASSOCIATE!! rrtF»a nn ii~i iu- «i-_. _> . . By TIIK ASSOCIATE!) PRESS Johnny Roseboro'i first hit In 29 nl-bnln. Krnin Bowman's first major IcnRita homer and game- wlnnlnR sinslo. Six-hit pitching by three cutoffs. A varied assortment that kept the stains quo In lh» light three-learn struggle for the National League ppnnant. Roseboro, lilllpss In 28 trips to Ihe platp, lashed n triple that pro- • ning V™ „„ r-i — .. _j '., .i._ ., ... . ^ . w - re slnl •''* oo Giants edged Ihe New ".UK ..|«iani K ami a n-t victory co Giants over Philadelphia Thursday night iMels, 2-1. after Ihe leaders had been shuti The castoffs - Joe Nnxhall out on four hits by Dennis'Johnny Klippslein and Ted Wills ^" nM - - combined lo six-hit Chicago Bowman, rookie second base- while Vada Pinson and Gordle man substituting for Chuck Hiller, Coleman each homered nnd drove tagged his first home run In the Jin four runs, carrying the thlrd- fiflh Inning, (hen stroked a singleiplace Cincinnati Reds to a M-3 Ihe lOlh Inning-that scored \vnllopln<* of lhe Cuhs. York' front of OIP I lengths ahead in Giants and four of the defending champion Reds, who made It 16 victories In the last 19 games. It was only the fourth triumph in 12 games for the Dodgers and the Giants' second in eight. In olher action, fourth-place Pittsburgh used a two-run homer hy Bill Vlrdon and the four-hit Houston 4-0, to Boat St. Paul. Detroit and Pittsburgh j give the Giants' patched offense play Monday nigh in Detroit, and' in the AFL San Diego is at 'oak- land Sunday afternoon. Thursday night the Buffalo Bills halted Houston's 16-game winning streak, 21-14, in an AFL exhibition before 17,257 at Mobile, Ala. The Bills intercepted five Jack Lee passes in the first half before unleashing their own air attack. Warren Rabb threw two TD passes to Glen Bass to lead the Bill attack. Quarterback John Brodie has .. Milwaukee tied! Dallas and St. ince sparked the 49ers offensively so far as coach Red Hickey hag decided to stick with the standard pro-T offense in lieu of the shotgun. Fullback Jim Taylor and Uie eagle-eye passing of Bart Starr have sparked the Packers to victories over the College All-Stars, St. Louis for fifth place by edging j}?"! the Cardinals 3-2. ' In the American league, the Los Angeles Angels took over second place by nipping the first-place New York Yankees 5-4 in 13 Innings, Washington dropped Minnesota to third with a doublehead- with Louis, but coach still isn't satis- all-pro halfback Paul an even harder time. The Colts will test rookie Bob Clemens and Fred Gillette at fullback against the Cowboys, after losing regular Joe Perry for six weeks with a knee injury, and having No. 2 man Mark Smolinski also on the injured list. L G Dupre will fill Dallas' running halfback slot for Injured Don Perkins. Philadelphia showed an improved defense in beating Chicago but still needs work on its running game to go with the still-steady passing of quarterback Sonny Jurgensen. Lee Grosscup, who rode the Giant's' bench for two seasons, gets the starting call at quarter- xnr (standings) JT TODAY'S RASKRAIJ, fty flit A«*r>rlRfril Prf«t . ttmnc'nta ChiriU'n pftroit «n . 7S . 7J .. 12 ','. M . fil . M . 5S Pm'.on .. Kan*al City WAihlngton ... 4R TiinnstiAvs Til-troll fl. Cleveland 5 nl rrl.BrMnil .60.1 .W.1 S ,SM R .Sit U .6«1 1.1 .112 Ifi'.i .4fiD 17 Law Allows .45s Only 4 Shots, Wins 40 vTnln 8 v UR ,°" UP) ~ Bn<:l<cd Vcnlon Law P i(ehw1 thc Pi «*- ^c veteran right-hander never V ull Virrlnn « tu.-n-*-nn lmr« n » ^....»t. n:-.. ,_ ,1 . .1 . . *'K"i imiiui.r never hy BUI Virdon'.i two-run homer, San Jose, Kankakee in Finals WILLIAMSPORT. Pa. (AP)-A California team whose topography resemblps Big Bpn amid a flock of pocket watches, and a scrappy team fi<om both sides of the railroad tracks in Kankakrp. III., will .settle the Little League World Pi-ates to Iheir second straight shutout 4-0 over the Houston Colts Thursday night. I-aw allowed only four singles, none in each of the first four innings, nnd walked one as he re- lorn tuuul'J:! J-! ami luiirr i-*i at naltlmorit (Kitrnda 5-13 and Fliher 5-Si. di, tvrt-nlsht Rcnton (MontHWt]HtU* HM2> at Clrvflantl (Rnrnna 5-101. nlnht Waihlnirton (BurnmdP 5-10t at IJftroit (Hrgan 7-8i. night Kansai City (Pi-nn M) at Mlnnnoti IPIcIl 2-31, nlEhl Chlc-ato (Herbert 13-7i at 1.01 Anlflei (BomflFld Hi). nUM NATION-AI. I.KAOl'K •hampionship gnme pits against Kanka- corded his six defcalc have come in complete games against the Colls. Bulldogs Meet In Intro-Squad Game Saturday was in trouble, allowing only one runner to reach second. Virdon socked his fourth homer of thc season with Law on base in the third, and Donn feated Cleveland 8-5 and Boston tolled Kansas City g-2. Chicago's White Sox and Baltimore were not scheduled. Hornung. The Bears have found! it difficult to mount a sustained attack, but hope to have 1961 rookie sensation Mike Ditka back to full-time duty at end. New York may be without five I starters—halfback Erich Barnes and Dick Lynch and rookie linebacker Bill Winter on defense, and tackle Greg Larsen and end Joe Walton on offense. The Rams havejihown tremendous improve- Specializing IN ARMOUR STAR Heavy Beef GIROUARD'S SUPER MARKET Saturday Night Special! AUGUST 25, 1942 ONLY FROM 4:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. ALL YOU CAN EAT ADULTS CHILDREN 49 PICKWIC Broiospbrt Savings Centir Freeport.Ttias A walk, a wild pitch — - — ~«..,. Clendonon's single 10th triumph against scored a run In the fourth. Half of his victories! Law again scored in the eighth. He singled, took second on a sacrifice bunt and came home on Dick Groat's single. The game was played in 1:32, fastest at Forbes Field this year. Run Frnnclic* rinrlnnntl ...... 75 nmburjh .... 14 Milwuukr* .... 70 s>. Ixiull ....... 69 Won l«»t Ki 45 79 4!! '••' Rl Kl W I'rl. Rrhlncl 3'4 4 13l> B H 38 3Ti 51 . .617 .513 .M.1 .Ml .473 SWEENY (Sp) - Coach Ed I Waggoner's Sweeny Bulldogs __^ .... San Jose pitcher for the'"' 00 ' in . a " '?"?L' . s< I uad foo(ba!l ! HOI.'STO.X championship minht look at liomelS""' 0 ," *. jl nlcy FicW here .„ _ .. _ . ,. . .. ;^iiumav men*. Inp public Box Score on a major league diamond. - ....... - ....... „- ................ ,.. . will be 12-venr-old Ted Cnmnbc'l] * i c • i f" L :' m P« ». ] dogs in action 0S 'e ; r : n I:,'' f S would almost fit in ,.. . ,-,,,. . „ , attend and see the Bull riTTsRcniiH ah r h hi ah r h hi iv !„ ; Warwlrk rf 4 0 0 n Virdon rt ls ln ' apangltr II 4010 Oroat -, iTtmpit 2b urker ib a o i o Bkinr.«r if 4 o 1 o n^sc., c I 1 3 2 | 4021 31001 3000 65 Fhlll i: rhlcnKo 47 liouiton 45 New York 32 TllmSDAVS ItKSl'l.TK San yranchco 2. N>w York J. 10 tntilnf rmt-lnnall 14, Chlrftfin 3 Mllwaukio 3, St. Ixiull 7 PHtsbureli 4. Houston t). nlfht Lo« Ansclcs <. Phlladelplila J, night TODAY'S CIAMK9 ^Tllwaukce iClonlncer S-2f at Chicago (Buhl 5-9) Ban Francisc* fO'Dpll 11-11) at dplphJa (McIJsh fl-3i. nlnht 1.03 Angplca <DrysdHle 22-^) at New York I Hoot 7-14), night Hcnmon IWoodllhlck S-lt) at Cincinnati (Purkcy 19-41. nl«ht Piltibursh (Mrnt.ln 13-8) at St. Loull (C.ihsnn 14-41. night AMERICAN ASSOTIATION ITonl^ilPrt. Behind Indlnnapolla ..TO 51 .fill — Omahn 70 RO .538 9^ 1'envrr S7 Kl .515 124 I/luUvllH K! 68 .477 1IH Oklahoma City ..58 72 .441 21H Dallal-Ft. Worth 54 77 .413 28 nmUDAV'S ItKSCI.TS Dnllal-Fort Wortli C. l^ularllK I Indlanapotla 3-1. Omaha 1-8 Oklahoma City at Denvpr poitpontd TOMC.IIT'S (.AMES Oklahoma City at Denver «2i. Pallat-Fort Worth at Loulivlll* Omaha at IndlanauolH TEXAS I.KAGUK Una mt F.I PaM 7H 50 Tu»a <7 SI Autlm 64 ft Fan Antonio S3 K7 Amarlllo 51 77 THIHSDAVN HK.S Tulia 13, ttan Antonio 7 Amartlln I. El Paio 0 Albuqutrnur 4. Auntln 1 T4).M(itfT'M DA? KI Paio at Amartllo Fun Ankmlo at Tulia Allnjfiurntua at Auitin lain . ,4M .497 .481 11 1414 15 !«'•• 17 pocket. Don Silva. his catcher, for i example, weighs 93 pounds. ' . Tlie Kanhahec tram, with boys if. h< ^! brsi . ns . al '^"y °" A " •hose fathers are doctors and I 3 . 1 ' . Th ^' lrainu « for lhe Brid - .. -«n.ck o.t tor john,, m m »,„. woj -day — at johnwn ~ » " « ' ' SS&", °" A "8- T-'»" i o a o Uw p J II S M • 4 • T.I.I. 3000 i 3 0 10 ! 3210 2 4' S I J « , ttn " te set for 3 whose fathers are doctors and others whose dads work in a , limestone quarry, will pitch Dan' Brewster, also 12, who is Meet-3,, _ . . . ~ 112 pounds and throws a curve 5P6CI3I MfiBl HSf ball that breaks two feet. r *> Thc San Jose team won its way! CLUTE (Spi - The Little Leato the finals with a 22-2 slaughter i ^p Association of Clute will hold of the European representative, a'., spec ial public meetinc on TUPS- w. group of American boys from thc j day at 7:30 p.m. at the Clute* = U.S. Army post at Vienne, France iElcmentar>' School. i and a 2-0 speaker over Montcr-j TI, C purpose of Uie meeting is! rey, Mexico Thursday. :| 0 elect additional members to Kankakee trounced the Stoney.the Board of Directors. A com-! Creek, Ont., Canada, team n-l| m j|| re w il| also be selected toj jn its opening game, with Brew-: stu( ]y arK ) rc write the bylaws of! ster throwing a no-hitter. l|h e organization The Illinois team whipped Pitman, N.J., 9-5, Thursday with Jrewster, a solemn Negro boy, collecting two hits while playing irst base. Pitman and Mexico will play or third place Saturday morning. . «~au Hotitton 900001).. . 1 ratibur«« en 100 oi«—i E—Nonf. PO-A—Hrxilton 24-1S. PHtl- burch 37-!. DP—Ttmp.'t. Hartraan and I.arfc«r: Groat. Mawrn^kl and Clerdenon- U>B-Hmutnn 4. FltHbursti !. HR—Vlrdon. KB—Spanjler. IP H R ERBRSO Joh.nmn cL. 6-Hl. 7 5 3 3 1 4; Krmrmrcr 1 31101 Uw IW. 1M. ... 9 40015 WP — Johr.ion. t; — Burkhirt. Walih, Contan. T—1:5;\ A—10.743. CALIFORNIA Potatoes 10 Lbi. THREE BROTHERS GROCERY 109 Lako Jackson Rd. Chite. Tnot 39 C . Today, Canada and Japan, both two-time losers, will play a consolation game In the loser's iackct, and the team from France will meet Del Rio, Tex., or the losor's bracket title. Houston Oilers Lose To Bills 21-14 Thursday MOBII.K, Ala. (APi-Ilrniston's fulcra finally came In the end of Iliclr string Tliiirsil.'iy niKht and were bciili'ii Ill-It by littffalo. II was the firs! loss in Ifi ^larlSj N - ^ for Houston, Iwire champion of; Ihe American Foolhall league, and left San l)ii't;o lhe only nil- Ix'.-ilcn team In lhe cxhiliiiinn Baytown Youth In Texas Golf Finals Today SAN ANTONIO (AP)— Bryan McDowell of Baytown and Davis Kichelberger of Waco clashed today in a 36-hole match for the Texas Junior Rolf championship. McDowell beat Jim Grant of San Antonio 5 and -I in Thursday's iqtiarter-f i mi Is and look out Charles Kmery ol Corpus Christi 1-up in the semifinals.. KtcMln-rKer beat Renny Sharpc 'of lU-aumont -I and 3 and Ray IT'S THE MOST TOM GARRETT'S PHARMACY NiW LOCATION SOON At Th« Iratotport Village Shopping Center Clutt— Ukt Jackie* NEW—Modern Way to enjoy GRAND PRIZE (i* Kan Antonio S aixl 4. Buffalo Intercepted five of .lack I.cc's passes In the lirsl half "lid used the passing of Wayne Crow to score, a touchdown. VeU-ran Ccorp' Ulanda ."" In and passed Inr a Inu ami Billy C'annon run nine for anther in the (ecuinl aids half. i Richards Dons Mn'form For Fall Traininq HOUSTON (APl-Ceneral man r.;:cr Paul Kichanls said tmlay he'll don n uniform and personally cundiiet n fall training camp to Clute LL Awards development ri for the Houston ("l.l.'TK (Sp) — The .ItampUm- khip learns of lhe Chile 111:1 r and minor Little Leagues v II he au aided trophies Saturdi' • night in a special Awards Pro^.*>>ni at the Clule Uttle league Kield. Also, a team from each of Uie major und minor leagues will be wlccled lor u spoHsmamhip tro- liliy. Tlic proKram gels ttndenvay ill 7:20 p.m. and nil parents ol l.iltle Leaguers and the public H« InvUed to accclerule. young talent Colls. Kifly-six players worth more Ihan $1 million have been Invited to the three-week camp, starting here Sept 12. It will be thc first lar^c scale ramp ever held by a major club In the fall, Kichards For a cleaner beach: Clear Your Litter a Little Tastes.. JUST RIGHT! Drinks...RIGHT, too! Glass protects the pure flavor. • CONVENIENT! • COMPACT! • NO-RETURN! Gulf Brewing Co.-liotwton, Ttu. BERNIE PETERSON ANGLETON Stranded-end not a soul in sight. Read the 10 tips from ShcU.tcl™. They co«ld help you noufgettmg stuck in the'middleof nowhere." Shell suggests 10 ways to reduce your chances of getting stranded when youVe miles from help 1. Make your own roadside emergency kit and always carry it in your trunk. It could save you a lot of trouble someday, ^our kit should include: a spare fan belt, a strong tow rope, a gallon can of water, a flashlight with extra batteries, pliers, screwdriver, and several wicnches. 2. Check both your spare tire and jack, A flat tire is usually more annoying than serious. But it can leave you stranded if your spare is flat or your jack doesn't work. So always have the air pressure in your spare checked at the same time as the rest of your tires. And make sure your jack is in good working order. 3. Find out where your car fuses are located. Your car has fuses that do the same job as the ones in your home. And they're just as easy to replace if you know where to find them. So have your Shell dealer show you where each fuse is. And carry extra luses in your glove compartment. 4. Hide a spare ignition key in your car. 11 you've ever lost your keys in the back country, you know how important this is. Be sure that even,one who drives your car knows whore the extra kev is hidden. 5. Check for the three troubles that cause nearly half of all breakdowns. The American Automobile Association reports that tires, weak batteries, and faulty electrical svMcms account lor 45 peaent of all car breakdowns. So have your Shell dealer check all three frequently. 6. Don't plow through water. I lere's a good rule to follow, i/ there's thc slightest chance tliat the water is deep enough to reach your tailpipe, turn your car around, and look for nn alternate route. This may take you a few miles out of your way, but it's better than stalling in water. EXTREMELY IMPORTANT: Test your brakes after driving through water. Even a few inches of water can cause temporary brake failure. If this happens, drive with extreme caution until the brake linings dry. 7. Don't Irt your gas tank get below half full in lonely country. Americans ran out of gas more than 2 million times last year. If you know you'll be driving in a remote area, (ill up before you get to it. And check your gas gauge regularly in isolated country. It can be a long way between service stations. 8. Try these tips if a stuck wheel nut keeps you from changing a tire. a) Make sure you're turning the lug wrench the right way- Some cars have right-hand threads. Others have left- hand threads. And they're not always clearly marked. b) Give a stuck nut a few sharp raps with a hammer or rock. (Be careful not to hit any exposed lug threads). Then try the wrench again. 11 the nut still re- luses to budge, try turning the wrench with a sudden siiii^>/»g motion. 9. Try "rocking out" when you're stuck in mud or sand. Put the cai in reverse and apply power gently. As soon as the wheels start to spin, reduce power and shift into iurwarti gear. Ease forward until the wheels spin again. With each back and forth rock, your car should go a little further—until you're out of trouble. 10. If "rocking out" doesn't work, build a pathway of sticks. Place sticks or branches in front of and under the rear wheels. Start the car forward slowly, and gradually increase speed. By the time you reach the end of your path, you should have enough momentum to carry you forward. Super Shell's 9 ingredients for top performance TCP*—for power, mileage, longer plug life. Pentane mi.v —for fast "warm-ups." Anti-biockmix— to resist all kinds of knock. Alky-late —to help control "high-speed" knock, Butane —(or quick starts. "Cat-cracked" g.isoliiic — for power. Anti-icer—to help check carburetor icing stalls, added when the wcathertallslorit. Gum preventive — to help keep carburetors clean inside. Plattormatc — (oi extra milcj«e. Watch world chanm/on driver Phil Hill demonstrate Super Sholl'i 9 ingndltnts on TV.

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